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VOL. 47 | NO. 2 | Friday, January 13, 2023

‘He’s been the Josiah we know he can be’

Barnes happy to have James back for stretch run

Josiah-Jordan James experienced the normal frustrations that come with rehabilitating an injury. The senior guard admitted to having “dark days” and not feeling like he was getting better.

JOE ROGERS: MY TAKE

Don’t give me less news content and tell me it’s more

About this time last year, The Tennessean announced that it was killing its Saturday print edition.

TECHNOLOGY

CES reveals innovations, from tractors to dog talk

If you’re a gadget lover at heart, hearing the letters CES strung together transports you to the biggest and baddest new technology around … the stuff you put in your house that can cost more than your house.

Local Weather
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EVENTS

Smoky Mountain Winterfest. The 33rd annual celebration features more than 15 million lights decorating the Parkway in Sevierville, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg. Combine that twinkling beauty with holiday shows, shopping and great places to enjoy warm winter meals and you’ve got Smoky Mountain Winterfest. Free. Information

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TENNESSEE TITANS

Titans should consider a familiar Kat for GM job

Sperduto has helped build Chiefs into NFL power, still lives here

Judging from the names that have trickled out so, the Tennessee Titans seem to be looking inside the box for their next general manager.

New GM must have vision, eye for talent

It feels like the Tennessee Titans’ much-needed offseason repair is on hold – at least until the club can hire a new general manager.

Titans part with offensive coordinator, 3 others

It didn’t the Titans long to drop offensive coordinator Todd Downing.

Predictions for Wild Card Weekend

It’s playoff time, and even though the Titans will be spectators this time around, let’s look at the games on Wild-Card Weekend and make our picks.

NEWSMAKERS

Millsaps joins Tranzonic as EHS director

Tranzonic Companies has hired Ronald Millsaps as director of environmental health and safety at the national manufacturing firm’s Hardin Valley location.

BRIEFS

Lee’s inauguration set for Jan. 21

The inauguration for Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee’s second term is set for later this month.

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Edmunds: Top vehicles to look out for in 2023

The supply chain shortage continues to tamp down automotive production and sales, but that hasn’t stopped automakers from introducing new and redesigned models. Electric vehicles are the next hot trend, but gas-powered and hybrid vehicles aren’t going anywhere anytime soon, and there are plenty of new ones hitting the market this year.

CAREER CORNER

No, you’re not too young to be managing people

“If you could go back in time and give yourself one piece of advice, what would it be?” It’s a great question one that I’m often asked.

PERSONAL FINANCE

Sneaky ways inflation affects your money in 2023

By now, you’re probably familiar with the more obvious ways inflation affects your finances. Your money doesn’t go as far at the grocery store, for example. Credit card and other variable-rate debt is getting more expensive as the Federal Reserve raises short-term interest rates to combat inflation. Rates are also rising, albeit more slowly, on savings accounts.

MILLENNIAL MONEY

Five tactics to eliminate your buy-now, pay-later debt

Chances are your “buy-now, pay-later” bill from the holiday season will arrive soon or has already has.

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